We often make the point that Telstra’s Next G wireless broadband has great coverage but a high price tag. That doesn’t seem to be putting people off — Telstra’s latest results say that it now has 1.3 million wireless broadband customers, a rise of 300,000 users in just six months. With that kind of growth, a price cut in the near future doesn’t seem likely, despite increasing pressure on mobile broadband costs. [Telstra]
Telstra Wireless Broadband Now Has 1.3 Million Subscribers
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